Modernizing procurement by government and agencies is long overdue. The recently enacted Public Procurement Act sets up a new framework for purchasing by the public sector.
However, the substantive procurement process will be set out once the Chief Procurement Officer is appointed under the newly named Public Procurement Agency. At that time, policies for procurement will be issued to be followed by promulgation of regulations, sometime during 2017.
Join John O’Dea, Partner, McInnes Cooper, for Part One of this series on February 16. Part 2 & 3 sessions will be scheduled based on government announcements.
• Part 2: The New Sheriff – Chief Procurement Officer
• Part 3: The procurement Process – Public Procurement Regulations
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